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Heater will not stay lit, 35000btu propane

My unit only stays on while holding in red gas flow button larryl19472000@yahoo.com

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Try cleaning the the tube's to the presssure switch might be blocked

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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Larry, based on the description you have a bad heat limit switch or bad thermocouple. If you want to repair yourself, I can email a document that will assist you in troubleshooting the issue. emial me at heater_tech_42101@yahoo.com.

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Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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    David Hagans Mar 29, 2009

    THere is no pressure switch on this heater...

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